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's deputy speaker respond. and chuck noris said the president is fundmentally transforming america. >> we can no longer sit quietly and watch our country go the way of socialism or something worse. chuck noris against a second term of president obama. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. hello, everybody. and what a great audience we have here today and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. here is a confession we want to make to start the show. i am really, really glad that the political conventions are over! look, it is not that i am unhappy or don't care about politics, i do. unlike some people who eat it up in the way a spectator or overweight man in the man cave in front of the big screen tv and cheatos watching nfl. i like politics and i know what it is like to be on the field, but i have to tell you my favorite moment of all of the political conventions was this. >> now to get this convention was adjourned. >> and i am just glad it is over. two weeks. back to back i am burned out. in case you missed either of the political conventions or if you sa
's view of republicans. israel's deputy speaker responds. plus chuck norris says the president is fundamentally transforming america. >> we can no longer sit quietly or stand on the sidelines and watch our country go the way of socialism or something worse. >> chuck norris, the conscious for barack obama. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] hello, everybody. what a great audience we've got here today. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. okay. here is a little confession i want to make to start the show. i'm really, really glad that the political conventions are over. [applause] >> now, look, it is not like that i'm unhappy or don't care about politics because i do. i mean, unlike some people who just eat it up in the same way that some spectator, now, some overweight fan sitting around in his man cave-in front of the big tv screen, and stuffing cheetos in his face and liking the nfl like that. i like politics and noi what it's like to be on the field, but i've got to tell you my favorite moment of all the political conven
to the four screens here, right. you've got this other intern with quite a few lane yards. >> i am chuck todd. >> chuck todd, of course, is the well-known political correspondent. >> the real chuck todd is not here, no. >> did you just get asked if you were the real chuck todd? >> he kind of looks like a younger version. >> the facial hair. >> he thought he really was chuck todd. >> then this turns into a catch phrase. >> i am chuck todd. >> i am chuck todd. >>> copious amounts of alcohol on the table, giant hole in the wall, man in an irish flag cape. that's mr. jamie fearen. he's the world's greatest stuntman. he's about to teach himself how to fly. he's sizing things up. here we go. >> what? >> he did just work up the steam and go headlong through the window. i don't know if the window had said something to him earlier that upset him and made him angry, but he bolted through that. >> and we know this was not a movie set. that's not like breakaway glass. this is a real window. >> look at the cut on his arm. >> holy moly. >> he didn't even make it all the way through the window. >> oh, no. h
's go to our white house correspondent, chuck todd. >> i think we will hear similar words. but it's important that you did hear from secretary clinton first, and let me tell you why. thesediplomats. there are friends and donors in the safe countries in the safe allies, and then people like chris stevens who work under any administration, democrat or republican, and this was almost an attempt bisect clinton as a morale boost to the other career diplomats that are working in countries with large muslim populations, and we could see -- and there's a heightened alert right now, where we could see more protests taking place, and there's a concern for safety of those. you can't describe sort of the state department family there, and the importance of secretary clinton speaking clearly to the diplomat folks, and they put their lives on the line and don't have weapons to fight back with. it's a stark reminder of how tough some of the jobs are for the career diplomats. >> i want to bring in robin wright, who is the u.s. foreign policy, and she was a friend of ambassador stevens. thank you
. chuck bell is here. >> sure. >> fall comes tomorrow, right? >> i'll just copy and paste the forecast tomorrow. >> could you, please. all the way through march. >> and you are absolutely right. fall does begin tomorrow. the autumn equiknox arrives tomorrow morning at 5:30 a.m. that will be the beginning of meteorological autumn. i should say astronomical autumn. most temperatures back in the 50s to near 60 in town and bayside. no real cold air anywhere too close to us. we'll be mild today with temperatures back in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees for a time today. plenty of sunshine as well. this next area of low pressure up here across the great lakes, that will bring us our next chance for rain tomorrow. so be ready for it. it also contains some stronger thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening. today no complaint. off to work and school. mostly sunny. a beautiful start today, 59 to 62 now. will warm into the mid and upper 70s by noontime. lunch, outdoor recess as danella likes. for your drive on home for work and school this afternoon, sunny and mild. temperatures uppe
in a minute. for now a check on the roads with first 4 traffic. >> chuck, we always shout out to football teams. i have to say hello to the cheerleaders. they touch my heart. >>> here's another look at chopper 4. the crash at 450 still blocking two of your left lanes. we are still seeing some delays. lucki luckily, all of those southbound lanes aren't blocked. just those two lanes you're able to pass single file to the right. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> thank you, danella. >>> the protest in virginia that's sparking outrage nationwide. >>> welcome back at 6:15. the iphone 5 is finally here. tony tull is outside the apple store downtown now. two hours to go, tony, is that right? >> reporter: two hours to go. the store in georgetown will be open at 8:00. if you weren't watching the 5:00 a.m. hour, you're going to want to hear their story. check it out. we had 70 people when we got here. now it's up to 150. you can see the line wraps around the building and back out to the street. we're here at the apple store in georgetown. katie, you were actually in the back of the line. is that g
, 2012. i'm chuck todd this is "the daily rundown." dnc vice chair is with us and my first reads of the morning. the democrats kick off their three-day convention tonight with their most direct appeal to two voting groups crucial to the president's re-election chances. women and latinos. preparing for her speech, mrs. obama arrived yesterday. she'll address delegates tonight and doing what she's been doing on the campaign trail for her husband. touting her husband's record on issues. >> this election, ladies, is a choice about supporting women and families in this country. >> it is now easier for women to get equal pay for equal work because of the ledbetter. >> we have to remind them about the two brilliant supreme court justices he elected. >> barack believes women should be able to make our own choices about our health care. >> just a taste of what you can expect tonight. now, the obama campaign says that the first lady will also serve as a character witness for the president. describing the tough decisions that her husband has made and she'll talk about how the president's ro
-court press on the road to the convention. tonight chuck todd and andrea mitchell on what the president needs to do. >>> new evacuations in the gulf. the storm is gone but tonight the danger isn't over. >>> deadly summer in one of america's biggest cities. how residents are fighting to take back the streets. >>> they're going for gold once again tonight in london with kate middleton there cheering them on. >>> and in the doghouse. good dogs, bad behavior and pet owners around the world adding their canine criminals to the lineup. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news world head quarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with lester holt. >>> good evening. president obama is on the campaign trail tonight hitting states that are sure to be hotly contested and sharpening the attacks and talking points that are likely to frame this week's democratic convention in charlotte. that will include the charge that mitt romney and republicans are pushing failed economic policies of the past. as democrats prepare to take center stage they'll face the challenge of convincing
, the rest of the weekend, not really going to get mucht better. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell here with a look at your labor day weekend forecast. a lot of clouds out there now. >> you betcha, jim. even with a thick blanket of clouds overhead, factor in humidity, heat indexes flirting with 100 degrees even with the cloud cover. that's the reason so up impact at the maryland game. now we have some cooling showers to concern ourselves with as we head into a saturday evening. not a whole lot on radar but where it's raining it's coming down pretty good. northern parts of the west virginia panhandle up near morgan and berkeley counties there. high water on some of the local roadways. be on the lookout. thunder rolling into howard county. couldn't rule out sprinkles he's in leesburg and poolsberg. moisture back out to the west. watch out for it for the rest of the weekend. showers scattered about for your saturday evening. don't stray far from the umbrel umbrella. most cases reez enable for tonight. >> see you in a little bit. >>> new information tonight in a murder investigation in prin
't. chuck bell is here to tell us if it will. chuck? >> i think we can squeak out an awfully nice sunday. it probably won't be quite as pretty as today was, but i think you won't find too many things to complain about with your sunday forecast. for now, your saturday night has turned delightfully cool outside. many of the suburbs already well down into the mid-50s now. 55 in manassas, 55 in culpepper. still 60 at reagan national airport. a chilly start in the morning. here are your startoff temperatures, a lost 40th on the map. we'll talk about how nice tomorrow will be and when the rain does finally get here. >> thanks, chuck. >>> thousands walking down memory lane today as the h street festival debuted its heritage trail tour. >>> clint eastwood speaks. what he has to say about his infamous speech abot the republican >>> another european newspaper has published nude photos of kate middleton. the photos were not featured in the edition distributed in northern ireland which is part of the u.k. british tabloids have not run the photos, an italian paper says they will publish them soon. ka
to get outside today. great start to the day. sun, nice breeze. meteorologist chuck bell is here to tell us just how long this is going to last, and i fear you're going to tell us there's a change a-coming. >> there's always a change coming. it's a matter how long you'll wait for it. i think we'll squeak out at least one more extra nice day around here. that day will be, fortunately enough, tomorrow. so that is welcome news. today, though, all the bright sunshine, temperatures now still in the low to mid-70s across the area. the air is nice and dry. dew point temperatures in the 40s and low 50s. that means after the sun goes down, temperatures are really going to cool off quickly. we are back down into the mid-60s by 11:00 tonight. what about tomorrow? we'll talk about that in a few more minutes. >> chuck, see you in a bit. >>> more controversy for the royal couple as private photos of kate middleton are published by ather uk tabloid. >>> celebrating d.c.'s historic neighborhood at the h festival, and big change, who will >>> the newspapers published nude photos of kate middleton, the ir
, of course. your nuance reasoning is going into the octagon again. >> hi, i'm chuck norris. [laughter] >> is he going to yell at the ottoman. >> our great country and freedom is under attack. our country as we know it may be lost forever if we don't change the course our country's headed. we can no longer sit quietly or stand on the sidelines and watch our country go the way of socialism or something much worse. >> we will pre serve for our children this last best hope of man on earth or we will take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. [laughter] [laughter] [applause] >> i may not agree with the state of the country is quite that far. [laughter] i just think they pitched the perfect premise for an often chuck norris come back. this is america and a thousand years of darkness. [laughter] as that man is 72. [laughter] chuck norris is texas ranger. [applause] democrats, democrats, how do you get caught flat-footed on the better off question. it's the most important question an incumbent has faced since ronald rake laironald reagan lay carter in 1980. are you better off than
're going to be happy about the weather if you walk out early this morning. chuck bell, it was so cool outside, such a wonderful breeze average beautiful morning outside, no doubt about that. you better enjoy the dry hours on your saturday while they're here because your saturday will, in most like lihood, get you we before it's done. outside right now, still a pretty cloudy start outside. no raindrops anywhere near us just yet. 76 here in town. but you're right, it's noticeably cooler out to the north and west. temperatures mid-60s across much of the shenandoah valley. upper 70s bayside locations. storm 4 radar, not much going on around our area just yet. showers and a rumble of thunder out to ocean city, rehoboth. but out to the west, a strong cold front promises raindrops as early as 11:00 a.m. to noon time frame. thickening clouds this morning, showers and thunderstorms arriving for this afternoon. some of which by mid to late afternoon could be strong to severe. we'll keep a close eye on that. plus it's saturday morning. who's playing, when they're playing and where they're playin
start to the morning. >> chuck bell is in the weather center with a look at the day ahead, and we're looking for a great one. >> i think you will be very happy. plenty of blue out there visible to the eye, but there are clouds starting to move in and as we go through the rest of the day, the clouds will have a tendency to thicken. current temperatures in the upper 60s to low and mid-50s. sprinkles in central and west value should try up as they come over the county mains it it will be a middle one, temperatures once again in the mid to upper 70s for today. rain drops are not so far away. we'll be talking about that and the rest of the workweek forecast. >> more breaking news now out of afghanistan, just a few hours ago, a nato air strike killed eight women and injured seven others, nato was targeting a group of insurgents, they said there was no civilian depths, and nato offered their con doll lances. four nato soldiers were killed in what appears to be another insider attack. they told the nbc 4 news it was americans. they were trying to stop an attack on a police check point. >>
they were four years ago? an exclusive first look at our new nbc news/"wall street journal" poll with chuck todd. bob woodward on the price of politics. his book examining the obama presidency. and the state of the campaign. and a major military change in afghanistan. the u.s. suspends joint operations with afghan troops after more deadly insider attacks on our forces. >>> and will and kate, win a big victory against that photographer in a frens french court today. how do you stop the internet? good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. the romney campaign is struggling today to deal with words from the candidate himself. statements made at a private fund-raiser in boca raton, florida, last may, secretly videotaped without the governor's knowledge. >> and governor romney also joked at that fund-raiser about the fact that his father was born in mexico, but not necessarily in a way that would help him win over hispanic voters. >> joining me now for our daily fix chris cizilla, and manager editor of politics.com and chuck todd white house chief correspondent and political director for n
coming up, we love chuck bell, but his forecast today, ah, it hurts. the wet forecast rolling in for the second half hour of your labor day weekend news cast. >>> plus, how d.c. is joining a worldwide celebration of the fashion industry and we have fall trends. >>> and a good saturday morning, everybody. i'm storm 4 meteorologist chuck bell. your weekend is finally under way and unfortunately the clouds rolled back in and there are rain drops already showing up on storm 4 doppler and rain chances will do nothing but gradually increase at we go through the next 24 to 36 hours and by the time we get to monday, pretty much everybody will have had at least some rain, but, boy, is it off to a humid and mild start this morning. 84 now at national airport. dew points near the 70-degree mark. awfully humid and the clouds and humidity leading to rain chances going through the rest of your day. your planner. showers mainly out to the west of town for now. plenty of clouds off and and throughout the day. you'll get breaks of sunshine from time to time, and another risk of scattered showe
because of the storms. >> chuck bell is standing by, hopefully with the good news. >> lots of good news, richard and angie. everybody that suffered through the humidity and the storms and the gusty winds yesterday is waking up this morning to a real cool, crisp, refreshing change of air mass that has arrived on the back side of the cold front. the front sparked the severe weather yesterday and now on the back side of it, things are really nice. temperature now, 70 in annapolis. that's far and away one of the warm spots. 50s out into the mountains of west virginia. mid 60s in and around town thanks to a ton of early morning sunshine. nothing showing up on storm 4 radar now. couple of storms along the outer coastline. those are quickly taking leave of us. if you're enjoying your sunday, first pitch for the nationals a and the marlins at 1:30 this afternoon. 77 degrees. near perfect, cooler, less humid than yesterday and no two-hour rain delay during this game unless yesterday. a beautiful morning will lead to the partly sunny afternoon. chances of five or ten minute long showers up in the
are senator chuck schumerer governor daniel malloy and academy award winner jeff bridges. but first let's go to new york to bill karins for a check on the forecast. bill? >> good morning to you, mika. for those of you that don't know, mika's a pretty serious runner. we're watching some showers moving through the carolinas. that's good at least for this morning. we will dodge some of those large thunderstorms later. if you're anywhere up there around areas of new jersey, pennsylvania, some heavy rain this morning, especially coastal areas of jersey pushing across long island into new england. it's a very humid air mass. all of that moisture as moved to the eastern sea board. that's why we're seeing all the wet weather out there. we'll continue with chances of showers and thunderstorms. looks like a little breyer for thursday and friday. we're watching temperatures in the mid 80s. talk about heat. we continue to roast in the middle of the country. drought and areas to get worse this morning. it still feels like the middle of summer out there on this tuesday. back to work and much of the. >> we
to wrap it up. no. i say what people are thinking chuck today is next. >> secret service sleeping. >> willie, it's way too early. >> hey, chuck. >>> quite the handoff there guys. thanks. president obama starts the first week following his nomination with a little bounce in his step and perhaps some bounce in the polls with the election less than two months away. what can mitt romney do to turn the tide. the first debate can't come soon enough for him. >>> and on the eve of the 9/11 anniversa anniversary, president obama is trumpeting his foreign policy successes while mitt romney warns iran is the president's biggest failure on his watch. >>> we'll take a deep dive into the real threats to national security. and a big test for chicago mayor and obama ally rahm emanuel. more than 400,000 students face no school today because they have no teachers after the city and the teachers' union failed to reach an agreement. >>> good morning from washington. i remember this place. it's monday, september 10th, 2012. this is "daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. my monday first reads of the morning.
of bbc's world news america. and our chief white house correspondent, and political director, chuck todd. >>> good sunday morning, with both sides in full preparation mode for wednesday's first presidential debate, the struggling romney campaign is recalibrating his message to better connect with voters on the economy and to attack the president on his handling of the latest foreign policy crisis, the evolving explanation of what exactly happened in libya. when our u.s. ambassador was killed more than two weeks ago on 9/11. we'll hear from a top obama adviser, david plueff. and the governor of new jersey, governor chris christie. let's look at the state of the race, the key battleground states, nine of them, we've done polling in all, here's a result in all nine, it's obama advantage across the board. look at ohio, plus seven. look at virginia, plus five. these are key states. is the race over? >> absolutely not. and that happened pretty quickly, right, david, you saw change in the polls happen quickly. i'm here to tell you this morning. it can happen quickly back the other way. i think
, beginning with our chief white house correspondent, chuck todd down on the floor of the north carolina delegation. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. if the republican convention was all about trying to present mitt romney's softer side, the democratic convention has a different goal for the president. shoring up key parts of his voting coalition. tonight the target, hispanics and women. as workers inside the hall put finishing touches on the convention stage, democrats prepare to appeal to two key constituencies, women and hispanics, that favor the president but lack the enthusiasm they had for him four years ago. leading the charge on women, michelle obama. >> are you ready for this? >> reporter: in all, five of the prime time speakers tonight at the convention are women. charged with delivering tonight's official keynote address, julian castro, the 37-year-old mayor of san antonio. democrats hope his personal story will resonate with latinos. >> my mother worked very hard so that joaquin and i could have a very good shot in life and reach our dreams. >> reporter:
race. our nbc news political director chuck todd in our washington bureau with the results of our newest wave in the nbc news wall street journal pole just out tonight. chuck, good evening. >> good evening, brian. well, remember what this poll is, it's our first national poll after both national conventions and both candidates had goals they wanted to accomplish. the president to try to make the case that the economy was on the right track, and he had the right policies. and mitt romney trying to improve his personal likability. so let's go to the numbers. on the head-to-head, the president has a five point lead. it's a small, but significant lead. first time he's hit 50% in over six months. look at the perceptions of the economy. 42% say it's getting better. highest we've recorded on this poll question in two and a half years, brian. also has an impact on people's perception of which candidate would better deal with the economy. on this, president obama, mitt romney are tied. why is this significant? it's the first time mitt romney has not led on the question of the economy since
correspondent chuck todd. chuck, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. president obama and mitt rom jammed as many meetings as they could today in a whirlwind trip to the big apple. while they didn't trade too many barbs, they did draw a contrast on serious issues and even less serious issues. the centerpiece of the president's visit to new york, his speech to the u.n. general assembly, focusing on the unrest in libya and the middle east. at times emotional. >> the attacks on the civilians from benghazi were attacks on americans. there should be no doubt that we will be relentless in tracking down the killers and bringing them to justice. and on this we must agree. there is no speech that justifies mindless violence. >> reporter: president obama also appeared to draw a real line in the sand about iraq's nuclear weapons. >> let me be clear. america wants to resolve this issue through true diplomacy and we need the time and space to do so. a nuclear armed iran is not a challenge that can be contained. >> reporter: but the president's strong words weren't enough to satisfy mitt romney.
saying obama is in command of the lead. chuck talked about they lost august. one reading is that they lost the summer, the romney campaign. if you look at obama did, they did, at the start of this race was in may. that's when they started going out with tough ads and framing romney as someone who wasn't in touch with the middle class and the tax issue, him releasing his tax returns. he was always on the defensive and now he has a lot of ground to make up. gwen: is there an argument to be made that there is a policy shift going on in america's mind as well, not just a good speech or a good piece of positioning, but actually people are looking at their choices differently now? >> there are ways to think of this, not just through polling data but economic data and there is a surge of optimism. small business confidence is up. some financial market participant indexes are up. this would suggest that people are starting to feel better about this recovery. a lot of interesting questions as to why because the data don't support that. we have been having a slow recovery for three
value brand. era, the only detergent that's chuck norris approved. in the stands sending fans rushing out of the stadium. it happened last night during the third quarter. >> crowds of fans rushed from the football stadium friday night with more than 10 minutes to go in the third quarter... officials stopped play, players from both teams ran to the sidelines. >> it looks like someone said they saw someone with a gun. there were some confrontations >> fans rushed out quickly. the superintendent said there were no injuries >> there were no weapons recovered >> the game will resume at 3:00 sunday. >> we have a good handle on our athletes and student body. we carry a lot of security. >> there was a homicide early this morning close to the stadium however >> that game will resume tomorrow afternoon but most people will not be able to attend. only school administrators and a select group of fans will be allowed in >> a man from chicago as of logan square neighborhood on the northwest side is now charged with attempted murder after he allegedly fired a gun at two police officers late
. chuck bell's got details on a big change ahead in the weather. darcy spencer has more on how long it will take for everyone to get the lights back on, but we begin with chris gordon with more on the the extensive damage in fairfax county. >> reporter: the clean-up is a challenge here on the south shore, the area hit hardest by the storm. the damage is is greater than they sustained after the duration this summer, the. >> flying this direction and that was like that direction had to be wind blowing that way. >> reporter: at its height saturday afternoon, high winds whipped heavy rains, damaging cars and trucks. this carport was completely destroyed. >> tree just got twisted off. came through the carport. crashed over the top. just did a lot of damage. no one got hurt. we're lucky. >> reporter: the couple who has live nd the house 32 years was inside when the storm hit. this is the worst damage on south shore road. a tree came down through the roof and into the kitchen and they need this giant crane in order to try to lift it off. so that repairs can begin. a short distance away on
,000 have no electricity. we have team coverage tonight. storm team 4 meteorologist chuck bell has more on the aftermath. crews are on the scene right now. do they know when power will be back? >> reporter: well, we just talked to pepco moments ago, they're saying they hope to have 90% of customers back in service by monday. that's the latest again from road as you mentioned. the lights you see here some are vehicles, the road is closed. off in the distance you can see crews are here, they've been here for about the last half hour, they'll be working throughout the night to try to get the lights back on. people try to salvage what they can after a severe storm ripped through the jazz festival near the key bridge. emergency officials say one worker was hurt when the stage collapsed. these women were selling jewelry. >> oh, my gosh. >> what happened. >> all our stuff blew over. >> what was the wind like? >> we were in the car and it was shaking. >> it came through so fast. we couldn't see nothing. lots of wind and rain and that was it. >> the storm hit with very little warning, blowing ov
start to the our holiday weekend. let's check in with chuck for more. >> hey there, good morning to both of you and a good saturday morning. welcome to your labor day weekend after a blazing hot summer. we are now officially entering meteorological, and little consolation, yesterday, we made 97 degrees. i think many spots will be above 90 again later today. there are rain drops first thing this morning well off to the west of the area. especially west of interstate 81 now. rain drops in far western maryland and rumbles of thunder in the mountains of west virginia. worth keeping an eye on. most of this is going to dry up as it comes east of the mountains, but that being said, do expect an abundance of cloud cover for your saturday. showers chances strongest out to the west through the course of the day. a scattered showers cannot be completely ruled out. toasty warm. today well up into the upper 80s to low 90s, then for tomorrow, ooh, as the weekend goes along, unfortunately clouds thicken and rain chances increase for tomorrow and increase further as we head towards lor day monday itself
. the president himself. let me go to chuck todd. >> officials have made a weather call. they say the forecast they've been relying on has thunderstorms coming into charlotte, bank of america stadium, an open-air stadium with thunderstorms that would come and potentially start dumping water and lightning over the air right when vice president biden's speech would begin at 9:00. so they had to make this weather call. they had frankly they had -- they made this call i think midnight then went public with it a few minutes ago. that was the deadline the see kret service had given convention planners in order to have preparation to secure the site. they said they've had a couple of problems, chris, because of all of the rain storms and every day we've seen water dumped on charlotte over the last couple of days. a lot of this is remnants of isaac, they had trouble getting bank of america stadium prepared the way they would like. they had some 60,000, 65,000 north carolinana sen virginias coming in, earned their right to get a ticket for this. the question is where do they put them? i can tell you, c
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